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My camera went dead, with new batteries...

Well, I was at Jekyll Island and my video camera warned me about a low battery, 5 seconds later, it turned off. So I got home, I got new batteries (today not even 1hr ago) and I tried to turn it on. I opened the display screen and it wouldn't turned on. So I pressed the video light/power button, still, the camera has not turned on. Help please?

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Re: My camera went dead, with new batteries...

The MPVR uses a rechargeable Li-Ion battery. It sounds lilke you've got a different model. It's hard to make any suggestions without knowing which camera you've got.

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